The trend towards cine optics with "character" continues unabated - anamorphic images also benefit from the longing for moving images with "authenticity, character, organicity, etc.". So what could be more obvious than to further emphasize the image character and flare behavior of classic anamorphic lenses via coating?
Cooke has been writing a success story with its SF lens series (Special Flare) in this context for quite some time. Now, in addition to the well-known Cooke 35-140mm Anamorphic/I Zoom, an SF version has been added.
And because it's just right for cine lenses with character:
Cine lenses with a vintage look from Cooke (Cooke Speed Panchros) were also used for the current Queen biography "Bohemian Rhapsody", which was filmed on ARRI ALEXA SXT, ARRI ALEXA 65, Arriflex 35 BL, among others, and is currently shown in the cinema.
Here the Queen Bohemian Rhapsody Trailer:
And here is a short introduction to the Special Flare Anamorphics from Cooke: